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Megan Davies

  • height 5-6
  • class Freshman
  • Hometown Wolverhampton, England
  • High school Stafford Manor High School
  • height 5-6
  • class Freshman
  • Hometown Wolverhampton, England
  • High school Stafford Manor High School

Megan Davies Bio

  • All-SEC Second Team — 2021
  • SEC All-Tournament Team — 2021
  • SEC Player of the Week — March 31, 2021
  • ITA Scholar-Athlete — 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022
  • SEC Academic Honor Roll — 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022
2021-22 (GRADUATE)
  • Upset No. 21 Carolyn Campana at the Debbie Southern Furman Fall Classic for her first win of the season
  • Took down Oklahoma’s Alexandra Pisavera at the Wolfpack Invitational Ranked Spotlight
  • Earned two wins in the Gamecock Shootout including a three-set win over SMU’s No. 89 Jackie Nylander
  • Entered the dual match season ranked No. 118 after a preseason ranking of No. 50
  • Primarily played in the No. 3 spot for South Carolina where she earned nine SEC wins
  • Clinched the upset over then-No. 16 Tennessee with a three-set win against No. 75 Elza Tomase
  • Also clinched wins against Mizzou and Alabama
  • Won her last career home match in straight sets against Anna Parkhomenko of Alabama
  • Sent the Gamecocks to the SEC Tournament quarterfinals with a 6-2, 6-0 win against Carla Girbau of Kentucky
  • Ranked by the ITA in doubles with three separate doubles partners this season
  • Ranked as high as No. 30 with Sarah Hamner; as high as No. 37 with Allie Gretkowski; as high as No. 65 with Gracie Mulville
  • Played exclusively with Mulville in the postseason and went on a four-match winning streak
  • Was a part of the only doubles pair to win at No. 1 North Carolina in the NCAA Tournament Round of 32
  • Went 7-4 in SEC doubles play with Hamner featuring a four-match winning streak
  • Finished her career with the most SEC doubles wins in program history with 29 and the most SEC combined wins in program history with 56
  • Earned 99 career doubles wins for the second most in program history
2020-21 (SENIOR)
  • Graduated in May 2021 with a degree in advertising and elected to attend graduate school at South Carolina to use her extra year of eligibility due to COVID-19 abruptly ending the 2019-20 season
  • Named to the All-SEC Second Team, the first all-conference accolade of her career
  • Also earned a place on the SEC All-Tournament Team after helping the Gamecocks defeat Vanderbilt in the second round and upset No. 2-seeded Florida in the quarterfinals
  • Named SEC Player of the Week for the first time in her career March 31, 2021, after helping the Gamecocks earn two upset road victories versus Mississippi State and Ole Miss
  • In helping South Carolina defeat Mississippi State, Davies knocked off No. 19 Emma Antonaki, the highest ranked win of her career
  • Began the spring as the highest ranked Gamecock in singles at No. 30 and was No. 29 in doubles with Mia Horvit
  • Ended the season at No. 72 in singles and a career-best No. 12 in doubles
  • Qualified for the NCAA Singles and Doubles Championships for the first time in her career
  • After a slow start to the spring in singles, Davies ended the season winning eight of nine matches in dual contests
  • Recorded seven ranked doubles wins playing alongside Horvit
  • Davies and Horvit had three victories over Florida’s top duo of McCartney Kessler and Marlee Zein who were ranked as high as No. 2 during the spring
  • Finished the season with 81 career victories in doubles, tied for seventh in school history
  • Became one of only 11 players in school history to win at least 75 matches in both singles and doubles
  • Member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll and an ITA Scholar-Athlete award winner
2019-20 (JUNIOR)
  • Saw her junior season cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Was having a huge year after making a leap into the top two of the singles lineup and playing the No. 1 doubles position
  • Began the fall ranked No. 125 in singles and went on to post a 16-9 record that saw her finish at No. 28
  • Reached the semifinals of the ITA Fall National Championships, beginning the tournament by winning three consecutive matches against players ranked Nos. 47, 79 and 84
  • Also made the semifinals in singles at the ITA Carolina Regional Championships
  • Piled up eight singles victories against ranked opponents on the season, the second most on the team
  • Achieved a career-high singles ranking of No. 20 in the Feb. 18 rankings and was ranked 24th in the last set of rankings published by the ITA before the season was canceled
  • Teamed up primarily with Mia Horvit for doubles with a 7-5 record together that included a 4-3 mark at the No. 1 spot in dual matches
  • Cracked the doubles rankings with Horvit at No. 56 on Feb. 18 and was ranked No. 77 when the season was cut short
  • Ended the season with a team-leading 24 victories in singles and compiled a 14-7 record in doubles
  • Had three ranked doubles victories to tie with Horvit for the team lead
  • Nominated for the ITA Carolina Region Player to Watch award
  • Member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll and named an ITA Scholar-Athlete
2018-19 (SOPHOMORE)
  • Tallied an overall doubles record of 26-13, going 17-7 in duals and 10-2 in SEC conference play
  • Paired with Rachel Rohrabacher for a mark of 14-7, including 6-1 at the No. 2 position
  • Went 10-5 in doubles with Kennedy Wicker all on court three
  • Put up a record of 16-10 in singles, including a 10-7 dual-match mark, and went 5-3 in the SEC
  • Advanced the doubles finals at the ITA Carolina Regional Championship with Rohrabacher; beat the No. 5-ranked team, upsetting them, 8-3.
  • Competing at the ITA National Fall Championships, Davies and Rohrabacher earned another top-five win, downing the No. 4-ranked team in two sets and a tiebreaker, 7-6 (7-5), 5-7, 10-6
  • Entered the end-of-fall rankings at No. 23, marking the highest ranking of Davies’ career thus far
  • Went on a six-match winning streak with Wicker, contributing to the Gamecocks taking the doubles point and earning dominant wins over their SEC opponents
  • Played a part of the opening-weekend sweep, winning her match against Mississippi State (March 2) and then clinching the overall against Ole Miss, 4-0, (March 3) for the Gamecocks’ win
  • Helped her team advance to the finals of the SEC Tournament with wins against Florida and Vanderbilt in the quarterfinals and semifinals, respectively
2017-18 (FRESHMAN)
  • Finished her freshman campaign with the most singles wins of the season with an overall record of 29-8, including 14-5 in dual matches
  • Also tallied the most doubles wins at 27-8, with dual matches accounting for a 14-4 record
  • Posted a record of 13-1 when competing with Rachel Rohrabacher
  • Defeated No. 46 Emma Davis of Wake Forest, 5-7, 6-3 (10-6), in the consolation quarterfinals at the ITA Carolina Region Championships for her first career victory over a ranked opponent
  • Earned her highest ranking in her collegiate career as the No. 105 individual after the fall
  • Paired with Silvia Chinellato, downed Texas Tech’s No.8-ranked tandem of Sarah Dvorak and Sabrina Federici, 6-2 (Sept. 24) for a career-best doubles win
  • Ranked with Chinellato 18 out of the 20 weekly polls, climbing as high as No. 40
  • Went undefeated in both singles and doubles at the FGCU Spring Invitational with three singles wins and three doubles victories
  • Held a top-20 ITF ranking in Great Britain
  • Ranked as high as No. 208 in the world as a junior
  • Represented her country at the Euro Juniors 16U Winter Cup
  • Won back-to-back singles championships at both the 1st and 2nd Qatar ITF Junior Open in Dohar, Qatar, in 2016
  • Crowned a national champion in singles and doubles at the Nike British Junior National Championships
  • Took down the No. 33-ranked junior player in the world, Lara Escuariza, in the round of 64 at the Nike Junior International Championships in Roehampton
  • Competed at the Wimbledon Junior Championships qualifying tournament


Year Overall Tourn. Dual (SEC) #1 (SEC) #2 (SEC) #3 (SEC) #4 (SEC) #5 (SEC) #6 (SEC)
2017-18 29-8 15-3 14-5 (6-2) 0-1 12-4 (6-2) 2-0
2018-19 16-10 6-3 10-7 (5-3) 0-1 10-6 (5-3)
2019-20 24-12 16-9 8-3 (3-1) 1-0 7-3 (3-1)
2020-21 13-9 2-4 11-5 (6-3) 11-5 (6-3)
2021-22 13-18 4-8 9-10 (7-6) 9-9 (7-6) 0-1
Total 95-57 43-27 52-30 (27-15) 1-0 18-8 (9-4) 9-10 (7-6) 10-8 (5-3) 12-4 (6-2) 2-0


Year Overall Tourn. Dual (SEC) #1 (SEC) #2 (SEC) #3 (SEC)
2017-18 27-8 13-4 14-4 (6-2) 1-0 13-4 (6-2)
2018-19 26-13 9-6 17-7 (10-2) 0-1 (0-0) 6-1 11-5 (10-2)
2019-20 14-7 7-4 7-3 (2-1) 5-3 (2-1) 2-0
2020-21 14-11 4-3 10-8 (6-5) 10-8 (6-5)
2021-22 18-10 6-3 12-7 (6-4) 6-6 (6-4) 0-1 6-0
Total 99-49 39-20 60-29 (30-14) 21-18 (14-10) 9-2 30-9 (16-4)